TORONTO l Mirvish + Gehry l 1001 + 902 FT l 92 + 82 FLOORS

Recently approved in Toronto:


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this has been on the boards for a long while. Is it 100% a done deal for construction?

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Yep. There were a few appeals which were lagging the approval decision, but the project was given the green light:

https://www.canlii.org/en/on/onomb/doc/2017/2017canlii49738/2017canlii49738.html

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Really glad to see some exciting, imaginative condo projects in Toronto. I think this design is actually a scaled down version of their original plan.

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Beautiful!!!

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Looks like there’s gonna be some beautiful supertalls rising in Toronto! I cannot wait!

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Toronto is getting supertalls after all, those remind me of enhanced versions of Beekman Tower

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Good eye because it’s the same architect. Gehry also designed beekman tower.

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According to the new site plan document submitted on August 14, the tallest tower is now 1001 feet (305m – up from 304m). A bunch of other architectural & landscape design elements have been updated – an incremental step, but also an indication that this project is inching its way to reality.
Here is the link to the development application: http://app.toronto.ca/DevelopmentApplications/associatedApplicationsList.do?action=init&folderRsn=3248484&isCofASearch=false&isTlabSearch=false

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The developer (Great Gulf) has been contracted.
Marketing will start soon, and will hopefully break ground shortly after.

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New Renderings

King Street West

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These will be beautiful, but I think Gehry’s original design was even better.

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Of course it was. It was cool. It wasn’t yet another set of stacked box buildings.